is available for purchase online at The Lost Bookshelf.
Praise for Brothers:
Take Faulkner's dictum that the past is never dead, it's not even past and transpose it to late Forties L.A. In the grand tradition of John Gregory Dunne's True Confessions, Wasserman's taut little tale finds a mismatched pair of brothers clashing, explosively, at the dawn of the Blacklist era.
Wesley Strick, screenwriter of Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear and author of Out There in the Dark
Brothers won the 2007 Cervena Barva Press Fiction Chapbook Prize and is an exclusive publication of the self-contained first chapter of Eric's recently completed novel, Celluloid Strangers.
"A Paramount Picture" (1934) by Reginald Marsh